Pesach Meringue Recipe by Shaina and Raizel Laber

BS”D PESACH RECIPE Meringues Ingredients: 3 cups sugar 12 egg whites Pinch of salt Directions: In an electric mixer beat egg whites on medium speed until foamy.  Then, slowly add 1 cup of sugar at […]

Pesach: Tradition: Where Our Past, Present & Future Meet

BS”D I dedicate this Pesach chiddush l’ilui nishmas Rebbetzin Miriam (Friedman) bas Ita Menucha of righteous memory. **************************************** This Pesach, I would like to share with you a few thoughts based on a Pesach sicha (talk) given […]

Parshas Bo Song

BS”D Tune: ממצרים גאלתנו There were so many locusts, they made the earth unseen, It was the worst locust plague there had ever been, Choshech- six days of dark,  There wasn’t a single spark-  For […]

My Meal of Moshiach & Pesach Egg Salad Recipe

BS”D Hello everyone!  I know this Pesach-related post is rather late, but it’s still meaningful to keep the inspiration going!  On the last day of Pesach, we focus with greater intensity of hope and dreams for […]

Susan’s take on the Passover Story and the Redemption

Susan’s take on the Passover Story and the Redemption Nechama: “We’re on our way to our final Redemption!” Susan Axelrod: [uncharacteristically timid] “Um, Nechama. I still sort of don’t really get that whole Redemption thing.” […]

Vehi Sheomdo: A Song with Chaviva, Music, and Meaning

BH Chaviva, our beloved JGU choir head, has been helping us get into the true Pesach spirit, with some joyous and beautiful singing! Last Sunday, in Creative Online Club, Chaviva sang the soulful “Vehi Sheomdo” […]

Pesach Poetry by Rivka Resnick

Pesach time is nearing, a hum is in the air. We bustle to and fro cleaning everywhere! Soon the hum will quiet, we’ll calm down, take a seat, and begin our Pesach seder to sing, […]

Transformation…to Tambourines

by: Ahuvah Coates & Chaya Ita Coates CREATIVE ONLINE CLUBS! Transform Plates in2 Tambourines Creative Online Clubs: Pre-Pesach fun, ushering in Pesach with a joyful, positive, and upbeat message Take a paper plate, or plastic […]

A Memory, A Mission, A Movie – Nechama Laber

There is a memory that I have as a young girl of ten years old that will never fade away. When I was in 5th grade, I watched my father, Rabbi Azriel Wasserman o”bm, a […]

Nechama’s Crunchy Pesach Granola

Granola  3 cups ground nuts (Almonds, Walnuts, or Filberts) 3 cups shredded coconut 3 egg whites 1 1/2 cups sugar Directions Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Evenly spread the mixture on 2 cookie sheets. Bake […]

Everything is for a Reason – by Fraida Feldman

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Pesach Bracelet Craft by Sara Dennis


The Secret Seder

By Rabbi Tuvia Bolton / From www.ohrtmimim.org In New York City there is a program called ‘Released Hour,’ in which any child who wants to can get released from public school once a week one hour […]

Make Your Own Doll Pesach Accessories!

I hope everyone has been having a wonderful Passover! This is a quick craft that will help you to create elegant Passover accessories for your dolls from recycled materials. I thought you might enjoy making […]

Escape from Egypt

“Wake up, Ariel! We haven’t got a minute to lose,” Ima shouts from the kitchen.  I am still sleeping on my mat in the other room. Groggily, I open my eyes and blink until they […]

Kosher for Pesach Ice Cream!

Hey’all! I know that during Pesach many people miss baking; I for sure do! So one day during Chol Hamoed I took over our small Pesach kitchen and whipped up some ice cream. (I plan on serving […]